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Racial Justice and Anti-racism Resources

A starting place for the Berry community searching for resources on racism, antiracism, white privilege, allyship, and antiracist pedagogy.

The Conversation: Microaggressions 

"Science provides validation of the problem of microaggressions: They are real, harmful and associated with racial bias, whether the perpetrator is aware of it or not. Improving awareness of this bias is hard but important work. If Americans want to advance toward a more racially just society, identifying effective ways to reduce microaggressions will be necessary, and this research is just beginning." 

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About The Conversation

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